Bicycle First Aid Kit Review and Giveaway

bicycle first aid kit review & giveaway

We go on a fair amount of trips in our household which is great fun. The boys and my OH have been increasing the distance in their bike rides and I’ve been pretty blown away by how far they are managing to go on their boys outings. I’m not a massive lover of riding so that’s normally when I get in a bit of blogging time. Saying that, when we went to center parcs I loved it because I had an electric bike and the difference it made was amazing and I loved every second.

I always pack a first aid kit in the car so that I’ve got the essentials on hand should I need it. With my 2 boys there is often the odd graze, cut or sting to take care of.

I’ve never seen or had a bicycle first aid kit though. It was great therefore to try out these first aid kits from SJ Works specifically for attaching to bicycles and putting family first aid as the priority.

Aswell as being able to show you how good they look and to give our first hand opinion, I also have one of the saddle first aid packs to giveaway! You can see how to enter further down the post.

Bicycle first aid kit

Now as some of you may be aware, my OH has got a big trip coming up in the new year that will see him going off to New Zealand for a few weeks and spending quite alot of time on different cycling treks. He’s even taking his bike from here in the UK over with him so he’s pretty committed. I don’t think that my electric style of biking would go down too well over a long period and this is something for him to get out of his system while I will probably be doing something far more sedate like spa days and girly lunches!

He will be taking the saddle pouch first aid kit with him on his trip which gives me peace of mind. Him too but he’s far too butch to let on that much. Since it will deal with most minor first aid needs it is ideal to have on the bike. It’s better to have and not need than to deal with an accident and be left kicking yourself for not putting it on.

There is so much included in this SJ Works saddle pouch kit. Including:

1pcs An empty saddle bag
1pc American Red Cross First Aid Guide
6pcs Antiseptic Towelettes
5pcs Easy Access Bandage 3*1″—5pcs Easy Access Bandage 3/4*3″
5pcs Junior Easy Access Bandage 3/8×1.5″
5pcs Butterfly Wound Closures
2pcs Sterile Non-Adherent Pads 2″x3″
2pcs Sterile Non-woven sponges 2″x2″2pcs/pk 4ply
1pc Sterile Eye Pad
1pc Pressure Bandages 2″x2″
1pc Pressure Bandages 3″x3″
1pc Triangular Bandage 42″x42″x59″ nonwoven
1pc First Aid Tape Roll 1/2″x10yds.
1pc Emergency Blanket 38″x60″
1pc SJ Works Reflect strip

This one and their other products can also be found here to buy.

They also make this mini hard cased pack which is great for popping in any travel bag or glove compartment of your car.

Another nice little extra is that they have a 100% no questions asked money-back guarantee with a 30 days notice, so if it’s not right for you then just get in touch with them.

The larger SJ Works Classic Bicycle first aid kit has everything the saddle kit has and more! Even a little emergency bike light! They have thought of everything.

So after you have had a look at them, why not enter into my giveaway below and see if you can win one for yourself. Open to worldwide entrants.

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Disclaimer: I was given the first aid kits in order to carry out an honest review, in my own words which is what I have done. They are perfect for my family and I’m delighted to have them now. You can go to my contacts page to see giveaway general terms.

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83 thoughts on “Bicycle First Aid Kit Review and Giveaway”

  1. This would be great for when we go over to the Isle of Arran on holiday – daily bike rides through the valleys and around the coastline!

  2. We go cycling to the park and woodland so this would be very useful for those family visits as well as occasional commuting rides.

  3. My husband is a daily cycle commuter and this weekend did a weekend cycle challenge which involved 95 miles the first day and 76 the second. He came home safe and sound (and pretty exhausted) but there were others with scrapes and cuts of varying degrees. Its nice to know something like that exists as he doesn’t always have his rucksack with him.

    1. The traditional first aid kit is hard to hang on the bike when we going out, and sometimes the emergency happens in the outdoors, lacking the first aid resources outdoor would be the number one problems that people can not get the right treatment at the right time. that’s why SJ WORKS design those series bicycle first aid kit, to help people get out outdoor emergency close on hand. Importantly, have peace of mind in those situations.
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  4. This would be great for when we go on our family cycling trips in the North East. Our favourite spots are Hamstely Forest, Kielder Reservoir, Rothbury and The Coast & Castles Cycle Route (NCN Route 1). Lots of other places we explore as well as more sedate rides along the side of the Tyne following the Hadrians Way (NCN Route 72) from home to Newcastle and onto Tynemouth.

  5. Perfect for those family cycle rides along the Thames Path down by the river…where there are no pitstops to be had 😉 x

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